"Why haven't you taken a bite of your sandwich? Is it too mean for you? And may I ask a follow up question? Why did you take off your pearls?"
Today's Full Strip
I really enjoy reading everyone's comments. Just a reminder that this is a family friendly blog. If you feel nauseous and have to write "ewww" after your comment, that's probably an indication that I will remove the post, and I really hate removing posts. Really.
Thank you for maintaining civility on this blog, Wanders.Tsk tsk, Sean. It should be "Hanna, may I ask you a question?" Unless you are asking Hanna if you have the capability of asking a question...oh, never mind....Hanna is as subtle as a Mack truck. She's already hearing wedding bells chiming. Won't she be surprised when Sean's question is, "Why is this table shrinking at an alarming rate?"
Thank you, Wanders, for maintaining decent standards.Sean really just wants to know where Hanna found her youth restoration potion. She is getting younger right before his eyes. She's smart though, and won't reveal the secret until they are married.
Where has Mary Worth been during this extended Somerset tour/drive/lunch/courtship? Dingdon needs to check in with her soon so we can learn what to make of all of this.
Not to suck up to our moderator too much, but even though the question of what Sean's question will be inspired many hilarious suggestions by MW readers on the Comics Kingdom site today (and one from KitKat here), Wanders wins with his question-question-follow-up combo!By the way, regarding comments that end with "ewww," sometimes I think you could pretty much end every MW strip with one of the characters saying "ewww."
Thanks, Wanders, for providing a safe place on the Internet. As to Hanna, she is either smitten or calculating. Either way, Sean is headed for wedding bells by New Years.
Ask her a question? What else would he ask her?
@NancyLou, it will probably be something like, "Is there enough mayo on your sandwich?" or "Would you like a glass of plain water to go with that?".
"Do you mind taking a cab back to Charterstone? That 40 minute round trip is playing hell with my gout."
Maybe Sean is going to pop the question. Or maybe he's going to ask her -- "Do you have any money?" Apparently his retirement nest egg ran out some months ago, and Somerset is getting ready to toss him out into the street. A cash shortage would also explain his "no frills" lifestyle and the "regular" tuna sandwiches for lunch.
Thank you, Wanders, for maintaining this blog where I don't have to scroll down through idiotic, sexually gratuitous remarks just to find some creative wit and genuine good humor. I disagree with your profile; in this day and age of rampant vulgarity, you sir, are indeed a vigilante.
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